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November 2012

On being post-racial: The view from Al Sharpton and Ken Burns

Meet the Press had the most interesting roundtable discussion on race featuring Al Sharpton, Ken Burns the director of the Central Park Five and the movie Lincoln. Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

Bahamian Art Exhibit In Harlem

              The Bahamian American Cultural Society introduces its first exhibition of Bahamian art in New York at the Art Gallery in the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building. The exhibit will be on… Continue Reading →

Harlem Pop-Up: A Great October Evening In Harlem

We had the pleasure of attending Harlem Pop-Up green market on 115th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard last month. Local and regional vendors shared and sold a variety of fresh produce, prepared foods and drinks at New York City’s first… Continue Reading →

Michael Jackson’s Bad 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

If you are looking to inspire someone this holiday season this is the perfect gift. We watched Spike Lee’s documentary of Micheal Jackson’s BAD Thanksgiving Evening from our home in Harlem. It was fresh, interesting and insightful. But perhaps most… Continue Reading →

The Winery will be open Thanksgiving Day

Need help selecting a wine for Thanksgiving? The Winery has identified many good to great wines for the Thanksgiving Day table. Just look for the ‘Saluting Turkey’ on pre-selected wines in the store. Don’t forget the JUMBO SAVINGS offered by… Continue Reading →

Ricardo Steak House – East Harlem Community Thanksgiving Giveaway Today!

“The Jewel Of East Harlem”  Ricardo Steak House, will be having their 2nd Annual East Harlem Community Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway.  TODAY! Tuesday, November 20, 2012 (from 3pm to 6pm) with special celebrity friends! Followed by the event, Ricardo Steak House… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Zora Neale Hurston

“I have been in Sorrow’s kitchen and licked out all the pots.  Then I have stood on the peaky mountain wrapped in rainbows, with a harp and sword in my hands.” – Zora Neale Hurston

The L Lounge in Harlem – Great Place for a Drink

If you have not yet stopped by the L Lounge in Harlem, you are definitely missing out.  Visually it is an attractive hang out space with its colorful brightly lit bar and smooth comfortable lounge area located on the corner… Continue Reading →

Reminder: Harlem Food Bar GIVES BACK ON MONDAYS!

A reminder that Harlem Food Bar will be having their third “GIVE BACK MONDAYS” this coming Monday, November 19, from 5 – 8 pm.  Stop by Monday night to support HARLEM UNITED supporting the fight against HIV & AIDS in… Continue Reading →

WAN-LUV DINNER SERIES WED NOV 14TH | HIP HOP SAVES LIVES

WAN-LUV is back with a special GIVING THX ADDITION! We are thankful for our kids debut album release which is only $5 so everyone is taking one home! And all proceeds go to us taking our KIDS HELPING KIDS program… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Norman Rockwell

“The secret to so many artists living so long is that every painting is a new adventure.  So, you see, they’re always looking ahead to something new and exciting.  The secret is not to look back.” – Norman Rockwell *Norman… Continue Reading →

Ray Tucker’s Photography Exhibition “Dreams In Color”

URBAN ART PHOTOGRAPHER RAY TUCKER PRESENTS: “Dreams in Color” Artist Ray Tucker is pleased to present his sophomore solo photography exhibition Dreams in Color.  This show is a collaboration with notable Harlem fashion and culture boutique, THE VAULT. The vivid colors on display represent… Continue Reading →

MIST Harlem Hosts Special Screening of Sweet Dreams – Rwanda Documentary

NEW YORK, N.Y. – On November 14, 2012, My Image Studios (MIST Harlem) will host a special screening of scenes from Sweet Dreams, the newly released documentary film by siblings Lisa and Rob Fruchtman. Sweet Dreams documents the story of Ingoma… Continue Reading →

Jado Sushi – Quality Sushi Dinner With Wine At Home! Delivery Starts 11/12/12

What a great idea.  Fresh, quality sushi dinner coupled with a bottle of wine in the comfort of your home. Jado Sushi in Harlem is excited to announce that they are begining a delivery service on Monday the 12th!! Check out… Continue Reading →

Photos and Videos from Jazz & Colors Event in Central Park

On a crisp autumn day in New York we decided to walk through Central Park and take in the sights and sounds of the Jazz & Colors event. From uptown to downtown, east to west, Central Park was awash with… Continue Reading →

JAZZ and COLORS – Today, Happening Now in CENTRAL PARK

It is a beautiful day in NYC and Central Park is filled with jazz all day long!  For this exciting event you can hear 30 bands in 30 different locations throughout the park. See the website for the full information… Continue Reading →

Feeding the Cold – By Tina Gowin

Feeding the Cold By Tina Gowin The chill is upon us – the days are dimming and hibernation feels very appealing. But while the air is brisk and your spirits are high, it’s time to gather the last roots of… Continue Reading →

Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald at Ginny’s in Harlem – Boncellia Lewis

With fall in the air and winter almost here, there are plenty of music venues coming up in Harlem to keep us warm.  If you haven’t had the pleasure of hearing Boncellia Lewis perform yet you can catch her on… Continue Reading →

Mariah Carey Releases New Song In Honor Of President Barack Obama: Bring It On Home

Recently debuted on Jermaine Dupri’s website, Global12.com, Mariah Carey sings beautifully on her new song “Bring It On Home” with her trademark 4  octave high ‘run’ closing the catchy track at the end.  She first performed her election day song… Continue Reading →

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